Reviews

  • This brilliant story, as colossal, vibrant and chaotic as India itself... is not to be missed

    Observer
  • Poignant, funny, rich... with an utterly orignal and brilliant structure at its heart

    Meg Rosoff, author of HOW I LIVE NOW
  • Mingling broad humour with incisive social comment, Q&A is absorbing and richly entertaining reading

    The Times
  • This lively picaresque novel has an original and telling premise... a colourful portrait of Indian society is painted with remarkable lightness and wit

    Sunday Telegraph
  • A hugely successful mixture of satire and intrigue

    Independent on Sunday

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